Prep wrestling: BEHS Team Duals

At Burlington-Edison H.S.

Stanwood 60, Ferndale 18

106—Dodire Belkamp (F) won by forfeit; 113—Wes Weinert (S) pinned Tray Lacey 3:46; 120—Jacob Cole (S) pinned Tony McCandeless 1:28; 126—Jacob Scott (S) pinned Collin Sutton 3:45; 132—Kane Ayling (S) dec. Braden Klimp 4-0; 138—Nathanial Zinkand (S) pinned Isiah Morris :54; 145—Rhiley Sign (F) pinned Tanner Peterson 3:04; 152—Dalton Gilman (S) pinned Tayler Bellfiuelle 3:02; 160—Zach Schut (S) pinned Sam Celery 1:13; 170—Anthony Ortega (S) pinned Sean Middlestae 1:56; 182—Keegan Noel (S) pinned Nate Carlson 1:53; 195—Garrett Arrona (S) dec. Hunter Grunhurd 7-0; 220—Ben Quist (F) won by forfeit; 285—Josh Smith (S) pinned Pablo Zabolotny 1:39.

Stanwood 52, Sehome 24

106—Carpenter (Se) won by forfeit; 113—Wes Weinert (S) pinned Irwin :27; 120—Jacob Cole (S) pinned Nathan McCaughan 2:18; 126—Jacob Scott (S) pinned Mellick 1:13; 132—Kane Ayling (S) dec. Yazzie 13-8 (OT); 138—Nathanial Zinkand (S) maj. dec. Villalobos 12-3; 145—Tanner Peterson (S) pinned Black 3:22; 152—Dalton Gilman (S) pinned Remierez :53; 160—Zach Schut (S) pinned Vosburgh 1:48; 170—Brett Wilfong (S) dec. Lane 6-4; 182—Zimmerman (Se) pinned Nick Lewis (S) 3:02; 195—Garrett Arrona (S) pinned Oscar 3:05; 220—Whitman (Se) won by forfeit; 285—Kinsman (Se) pinned Josh Smith :40.

Stanwood 60, Burlington-Edison 12

106—Hannanman (BE) won; 113—Wes Weinert pinned Diaz 1:22; 120—Jacob Cole (S) pinned Zabelka 1:25; 126—Jacob Scott (S) pinned Montiel 1:07; 132—Otis (BE) pinned Kane Ayling 1:28; 138—Nathanial Zinkand dec. Granberg 3-2; 145—Tanner Peterson (S) won by forfeit; 152—Dalton Gilman (S) dec. Grandy 4-2; 160—Zach Schutt (S) pinned Miller :22; 170—Anthony Ortega (S) pinned Dominguez 1:38; 182—Keegan Noel (S) pinned Carcamo 1:38; 195—Garrett Arrona (S) pinned Bogle 3:15; 220—double forfeit; 285—Josh Smith (S) won by forfeit.

Stanwood 66, Bellingham 0

106—double forfeit; 113—Wes Weinert (S) dec. Takemuka 6-2; 120—Nathan McCaughan (S) pinned Marvab :48; 126—Jacob Scott (S) pinned Tang 1:34; 132—Kane Ayling (S) pinned Sherman 2:47; 138—Nathanial Zinkand pinned Clemans 2:32; 145—Tanner Peterson (S) dec. Roberts 7-5; 152—Dalton Gilman (S) pinned Anderson 2:26; 160—Zach Schutt (S) pinned Burnham 1:34; 170—Brett Wilfong (S) pinned Payne :40; 182—Nick Lewis (S) pinned Marshall 1:44; 195—Garrett Arrona (S) pinned Holmes 1:15; 220—double forfeit; 285—Josh Smith (S) pinned Jackson 2:26.

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